Q: What is the Villas at Hunters Creek Homeowner’s Association?
A: The HOA is registered with Oklahoma County and managed by the Board of Directors. Its purpose is to maintain the quality of life of the neighborhood. It is financially supported by all members of the Association.
Q: What are the Bylaws/ Covenants?
A: The Bylaws and Covenants are the adopted as our rules and for the administration and management of the HOA. The Bylaws/Covenants define the duties of the various offices of the Board of Directors, the terms of the Directors, the membership's voting rights and required meetings and notices of meetings. Rules and regulations are also established to maintain the value and integrity of the neighborhood and to protect the value of our investment.
Q: What is the purpose of the Board of Directors?
A: The Board of Directors is operating the HOA on behalf of the property owners. The Board of Directors will implement policies, standards, procedures, programs and develop the annual budget. The mission of the Villas at Hunters Creek Homeowner’s Association Board of Directors is to effectively and efficiently manage the day to day operations, enforce the bylaws and covenants, and support initiatives and capital improvements that benefit the greater good of the community. We currently have directors, all which serve staggered terms but no more than 3 years.
Q: What do I do if I want to report a violation, comment or suggestion?
A: All violations, comments, or suggestions must be submitted in writing to any Board member. You can submit the information via mail to 1000 Villas Creek Drive, Edmond, Ok 73003 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org as we currently do not employ a property manager.
Q: Are Board Meetings open to all residents?
A: Board meetings are open to all residents of the HOA. Notice of the time and place of all regular Board meetings will be noted in an email and will be posted in the clubhouse.
Q: If I want to serve on a Committee or on the Board, how do I volunteer?
A: Please contact any Board member to find out about volunteer opportunities.
Q: What are HOA dues?
A: HOA dues are the homeowner's financial obligation to the HOA due on January 1 of every year. Dues cover the operating expenses of the common areas and provide for reserve funds for replacement of common facilities, such as roads and gates, in future years.
Q: Do I need approval for exterior changes?
A: All permanent exterior changes must be submitted for approval by the Architectural Committee or the Board of Directors prior to any work being performed. Please submit in writing to Ray Kincade, chairman.
Q: As a resident, what if I want to park in overflow parking?
A: Please see Article 7:13 in the CCRs. "It being the intent that such overflow parking shall only be used to accommodate temporary needs of residents and guests. Use of the overflow parking by a resident or resident's guest for a period of more than three (3) consecutive days or habitual use by a resident or guest is prohibited."